Hampton Inn and Suites Valley Forge/Oaks
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... harmony with the Creator,” or like the Catholics with their itinerant Lenten and other obligations, these previous dietary laws were clearly designed to enhance religion — not replace it.
Do today’s influential dietary ways of life in effect replace religion? Consider that macrobiotics, vegetarianism, and veganism all make larger health claims as part of their universality — but unlike yesteryear, to repeat the point, most of them ...
... and volunteers were soooo nice. And the zoo during the day was amazing. I loved taking silly pictures with my friends. I loved this trip and would do it again in a heartbeat!
Christy - The zoo was great! I liked the apes most of all.
Ashley - Awesomest trip ever!
Christina - The zoo was fun - I hope we can do it again another time!
Tiana - The zoo was really fun. I like how we ...
... first destination is a campground Roanoke area, but we might overshoot the landing a bit.
Driving down the Smokey's, no scheduled stops. But we will see where the day takes us.
Mostly settling into the bus routine and setting up the IT infrastructure (myfi, smart tv, routers, oh my...)
After consuming enough ...
... dance party which is always fun. We have a DJ and everything so it is good for the kids on their last night.
On Wednesday night, we got free tickets to the World Team Tennis with the Philadelphia Freedoms taking on the Springfield Lasers which was held at Villanova. There were 4 games on that night which were one set each. Andy Roddick was the star player on this night (and each week it rotated to other players like Martina Hingis and the Bryan Brothers). It ...
... cases we need to use equipment but it feels as though we, as OTs at times have become solely equipment providers and this does not showcase the fact that we are highly skilled rehabilitionists! HUP has really supported my argument that we need to be doing rehabilitation at the earliest possible time and continue this to keep people independent and prevent hospital admissions. It's a big ask but the rehabilitation infrastructure in the UK needs a real overhaul, there are ...